One of the best virtual reality (VR) titles to put a smile on players faces, young or old, is Polyarc’s Moss. The adventure staring a little mouse called Quill supports most of the major headsets with the recent Oculus Quest version being the first to gain the ‘Twilight Garden’ content update. Today, Polyarc has announced all the other versions will get the update this afternoon.
That means that PlayStation VR, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and Oculus Rift S owners of Moss will be able to access the Twilight Garden content at some point today (if not already). The update encourages you to play through the story again, this time coming across portals which transport you to the Twilight Garden. In this new realm, you’ll have new challenges and puzzles to face as a mysterious presence prepares you for the dangers ahead.
With an exciting new land to explore you’ll discover new weaponry and armour, new characters, a new mini-boss and, of course, an expanded story.
In addition to the Twilight Garden content coming to more headsets, Polyarc has also confirmed that Moss will be compatible with Valve Index for its launch this Friday, 28th June. Being SteamVR compatible, most VR videogames on the platform should work with the new headset, although developers will need to optimise their titles to make the most of the new controllers.
Moss has become one of VRFocus’ favourite VR titles since its first unveiling during the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2017. The pint-sized experience revolving around Quill is two-fold. You’re a benevolent being that not only controls Quill and her actions but the environment as well. The story goes that a great evil once befell their land and so all the mice now live deep in a forest, hidden away from danger. Of course, the situation arises where Quill finds herself chosen to go on a quest to help save her family and everyone else.
Available for download through Steam, Oculus Rift, PlayStation VR and Viveport stores, Polyarc is offering a limited-time discount of 35% off the regular $29.99 USD price. The Twilight Garden update is completely free. For further announcements from Polyarc, keep reading VRFocus.